Dont look at it as if my bike has a perfect idle. When I did the videos, it did, and we could all see that.
All I showed is how my bike idles when I start it up at 48 degrees, or whatever my ambient temp was. Had it been 5 degrees different, either way, you might have seen mine act just like svtfords.. I've seen it before.
The thing is, I know enough about mechanical things to where I wont ride right off with a cold motor. That's never a good idea. I can show you how to kill the engine, when it's cold, with some very simple throttle movements. Stock bike, or flashed bike, the engine is still cold. Thats bad on a high compression, 4 stroke motor. So, the bike sits there, warming up. My idle speed varies a little, and really, who gives a shit? It's gone within 3 minutes.
2012 Ninja 1000